31 C
Lahore
Friday, May 14, 2021

Breathtakingly beautiful: ICC shares pictures of Gwadar cricket stadium

Must read

Coronavirus: Punjab colleges to remain closed until Might 23

Faculties throughout Punjab will stay closed until Might 23 as coronavirus instances proceed to extend within the province.This was introduced by Punjab schooling Minister...

Prince Harry touches on desirous to ‘break the cycle’ of childhood struggling

Prince Harry touches on desirous to ‘break the cycle’ of childhood strugglingPrince Harry not too long ago sat down for a chat and...

Eid moon sighting controversy: May the Shawwal moon have been noticed on Might 12?

It was unattainable to see moon even with a telescope on Might 12, says KU professorMaulana Tahir Ashrafi had mentioned Ruet-e-Hilal Committee resolution...

Pakistan all the way down to 61% of COVID-19 peak, circumstances falling: report

Coronavirus circumstances in Pakistan have dropped 61% from their peak, an infectious illness specialist stated Friday because the nation continues its combat towards the...

A view of Gwadar Cricket Stadium shared by the International Cricket Council (ICC).
  • ICC shares pictures of the Gwadar cricket ground, challenging cricket fans to show a more picturesque sports venue
  • Indians think they have more beautiful stadiums than Gwadar
  • Fakhr-e-Alam had previously uploaded a video of the ground, describing it as the “most beautiful cricket ground” he had ever seen.

GWADAR: The pictures of Gwadar cricket stadium built among the jagged mountains in Balochistan have gone viral, making Indian cricket fans on social media unhappy, who started sharing pictures of their own stadiums to point out that theirs were better. 

A Pakistan vs India controversy was triggered when the International Cricket Council (ICC) shared the pictures of the stadium on its official Twitter account, challenging cricket fans to show them a more picturesque sports venue than the Gwadar stadium.

Following the ICC challenge, Indians on Twitter responded to the tweet, sharing pictures of different cricket grounds claiming they have more beautiful venues.

On Sunday, Pakistani TV personality Fakhr-e-Alam uploaded a video of the cricket ground, describing it as the “most beautiful cricket ground” he had ever seen.

In a short video clip that he uploaded on Twitter, Alam urged people to come out and play cricket in the ground. The video showcased the large, lush green stadium built between a long road and jagged edges of the mountains.

“To all #cricket playing friends everywhere in the world….come visit us…come play cricket with us here in Gawadar cricket ground….it’s the most beautiful cricket ground I have ever seen……,” he tweeted.

More articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest article

Coronavirus: Punjab colleges to remain closed until Might 23

Faculties throughout Punjab will stay closed until Might 23 as coronavirus instances proceed to extend within the province.This was introduced by Punjab schooling Minister...

Prince Harry touches on desirous to ‘break the cycle’ of childhood struggling

Prince Harry touches on desirous to ‘break the cycle’ of childhood strugglingPrince Harry not too long ago sat down for a chat and...

Eid moon sighting controversy: May the Shawwal moon have been noticed on Might 12?

It was unattainable to see moon even with a telescope on Might 12, says KU professorMaulana Tahir Ashrafi had mentioned Ruet-e-Hilal Committee resolution...

Pakistan all the way down to 61% of COVID-19 peak, circumstances falling: report

Coronavirus circumstances in Pakistan have dropped 61% from their peak, an infectious illness specialist stated Friday because the nation continues its combat towards the...

Pakistanis over 30 years previous can register for coronavirus vaccine beginning subsequent Sunday

Vaccine registration for individuals aged 30 and over will begin Sunday, Could 16 in Pakistan.Pakistan had earlier this month opened registration for coronavirus vaccine...